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  • Restoring Trust

  • Troubling Questions for Obama Team

  • Silver Lining in the Downturn

  • Obama’s School Choice

  • Testing the New President

  • Race and the Election

    All fair-minded Americans understand that race should not be a factor in choosing our next president, so why should race continue to play a role in deciding who gets into college or receives a government contract or is hired or | Read More »

  • Race and the Election

    All fair-minded Americans understand that race should not be a factor in choosing our next president, so why should race continue to play a role in deciding who gets into college or receives a government contract or is hired or | Read More »

  • The Conservative Challenge

    Many on the Left are hopeful that this election will drive the nail in the coffin of the conservative movement. There is some cause for legitimate concern among conservatives. No matter who wins the election, conservatives will have a more | Read More »

  • Spreading the Wealth Around

    "When you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody," Barack Obama explained to Joe Wurzelbacher in Ohio earlier this week. But Joe the Plumber, as he has become known thanks to Wednesday night’s presidential debate where his name was | Read More »

  • Playing the Race Card

  • Only Ourselves To Blame

  • A Tale of Two Lies

    The media have been raking John McCain over the coals the last couple of weeks, accusing the GOP presidential nominee of being dishonest or even lying in his campaign ads. They’re especially angry about an ad the McCain campaign has | Read More »

  • The Lipstick Wars

    Democrat activists have let Sarah Palin get under their skin — and if they don’t get a grip, their visceral loathing of the Republican vice presidential candidate could cost them the election. First there was the "lipstick on a pig" | Read More »

  • The Unexamined Life

    The biggest story to emerge from the Republican National Convention was the media’s effort to destroy Gov. Sarah Palin. Members of the Fourth Estate behaved more like a Democratic fifth column this week than they did like honest reporters. Palin’s | Read More »

  • Redefining the Problem Won’t Make It Go Away

    If ever we needed proof that having an advanced degree doesn’t correlate with common sense, we got it this week. A group of college presidents from some of the most prestigious schools in the nation have called on lawmakers to | Read More »

  • Obama’s Catholic Problem

    Barack Obama has a Catholic problem. If he doesn’t do better than John Kerry did in 2004 with this quintessential swing voting bloc, he won’t be elected president. Obama’s campaign understands this — which is why they’re considering allowing a | Read More »

  • No Credit Where Credit Is Due

    Here’s a question: Which U.S. president has done the most in history to help Africa? President Clinton, you say? Remember his much ballyhooed six-country tour in 1998, a trip in which President Clinton came close to apologizing for America’s role | Read More »

  • Odds on Favorite, Maybe Not

    The professional odds-makers favor Barack Obama two-to-one to win the election. It’s no wonder. Americans overwhelmingly believe the country is on the wrong track. They can’t stand the current Republican occupant of the White House. The economy is weak and | Read More »

  • Slouching Toward the Center

    The Senate has finally passed the reauthorization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), 69-28, after months of dithering, but one vote among the yeas comes as quite a surprise. Sen. Barack Obama, who just a few months ago threatened | Read More »

  • Right To Bear Arms